Rajgarh: In the Chhayangaon of the Rajgarh district of Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had directed the District Magistrate to take action against Selman. Taking action on him, the district administration has sent him to jail. In fact, the Chief Minister had gone to Chhayangaon on Saturday to inspect the crops affected by the hailstorm, due to which people had complained about the disturbance in the ration, on which the Chief Minister had instructed the District Magistrate to take strict action. After the instructions of the Chief Minister, Rajgarh Police appeared in action mood today and sent 4 salesmen to jail for disturbing the distribution of ration, including Dayaram Sharma of Bhinyapura, Mahesh Tanwar of Chhayangaon, Jasrath Sondhi of Kalipeeth and Devendra Marotha of Rampuria Society. Action has been taken.
District Superintendent of Police Pradeep Kumar Sharma said that action is being taken to send them to jail where the complaint was received. If complaints regarding ration are received anywhere else in the district, action will be taken against them too. Let us inform that on the complaint of the people, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had suspended the Food Inspector and the Supply Officer on Saturday. Along with this, on the complaints received continuously, the Chief Minister had given instructions to the district administration to check and investigate each ration shop.
Also, after the instructions of the Chief Minister, now the administration is also preparing to take strict action against those who make the ration of the poor a means of earning. Taking action in the Rajgarh district, the police has sent 4 salesmen to jail. In the Tanwar area of the district, individuals had accused the salesman of erring. At the same time, before the Chief Minister, people had also complained about irregularities in ration to the regional MLA and SDM.